The criminal “town administration” of the occupiers in Yevpatoria has already announced several times in recent months that it is carrying out the “dismantling of non-stationary trade and other facilities,” and this concerns exclusively the infrastructure located in the historical old city adjacent to the main embankment.

It is noteworthy that this activity concerns not all kinds of “illegal trading places” so beloved by “officials”, but exclusively “non-stationary objects in the form of travel or passage restrictions,” in particular “various fences, car turnstiles, hemispheres and other obstacles that impede passage special vehicles, and also in the evening pose a threat of injury to citizens”.

It is reported that the illegal organization “Poryadok” (“Order”) forcibly dismantled 36 objects, and that “specialists from the department of municipal and financial control” forced local residents to independently demolish 114 “illegally installed non-stationary objects.” This obvious hyperactivity of the “administration” in the fight against “especially dangerous hemispheres,” that is, on an issue that is clearly not only devoid of some common sense, but also does not bring tangible corruption benefits to its collaborators, is at first glance absurd.

But, as evil tongues say from offices overlooking the town library, this whole “show with turnstiles” has a tragicomic basis: some of the occupiers’ army ranks, while mastering the resources at the “coastal fortifications” in western Crimea, for some reason decided to be wary of… “repetition of the Yevpatoria landing of 1941” and came to the “brilliant conclusion” that it was necessary to ensure “guaranteed passage of special equipment” to the center of Yevpatoria adjacent to the sea.

However, the same evil tongues claim that after the “cleansing” storm on November 26 in Western Crimea, the only invaders’ “anti-landing structure” that survived is the same Yevpatoria embankment, which they “started to reconstruct” since 2015.

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